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NCAA to allow voluntary athletic activities next month

In a way, college sports are making their return. The NCAA Division I Council on Wednesday reportedly voted in favor of the resumption of voluntary athletic activities in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball June 1 through June 30, according to multiple sources. The news was first reported by Yahoo! […]

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NCAA vote is the right thing, but not an overnight fix

It’s kind of hard to believe. They actually did the right thing, and it wasn’t the painful, drawn out process everyone expected. The NCAA’s Board of Governors unanimously voted Tuesday to allow student-athletes the ability to benefit from their name, image and likeness. “Clearly, the time has come to modernize […]

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OPINION: California bill is a step forward

Government involvement in sports is usually not a good thing. The net result is typically a shiny, new taxpayer-funded stadium to the tune of several hundred million dollars. California proved that there is an exception to the rule this week, and Florida could be next. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) signed […]

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Destigmatizing mental health problems for college athletes

USF offers its student athletes in-house mental health services. Dr. Lee Dorpfeld helps student athletes with a variety of problems that include balancing school, work and a social life. ORACLE FILE PHOTO USF offers its student athletes in-house mental health services. NCAA athletes are supported both physically and academically. Most Division […]